Fri, 29 April 2016
Ted Cruz got anther tepid endorsement, this time from Indiana Governor Mike Pence. It seems Ted has had a lot of trouble getting anyone to support his candidacy unequivocally. It clear something is amiss. He would like you to believe that it's because he's an outsider and anti-establishment candidate. But that's not really the case.
Cruz is very much a Washington insider and he's not all that different philosophically from his peers on capital hill. It's certainly no Thomas Massie. So why does everyone from both sides of the isle hate him so much?
Frankly I don't have an answer, but it calls into question the image many all have of Cruz being a faith-based, Reagan conservative.
From there we'll move over to the economy. In the JSP private FB group, we have someone who regularly posts financial commentary, and I happen to enjoy his point of view. Last night I read an interesting post he made that adds another layer to the current economic climate. I think you'll get a kick out of it.
Plus, I know a lot of you would love to see the Fed abolished and America move back to sound money, but most of you know this is probably just wishful thinking, well today there's hope. The states are starting to fight back in a way you'd probably not considered.
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